KCDC staff, administration donate Thanksgiving dinners to residents

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Tammy Kitts, right, and Johnny Booker, left, of Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation present Autumn Landing resident Courtney Cole with a basket with the supplies for a complete Thanksgiving dinner on Nov. 24. Each year, KCDC administration donates a turkey and property staff bring in the fixings to offer a complete Thanksgiving dinner to a deserving families at KCDC properties.

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Kenny Manis, left, of Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation presents Nature’s Cove resident Imam Noahman and her daughter Amira Noahman with a basket with a full Thanksgiving dinner on Nov. 24. Each year, KCDC administration donates a turkey and property staff bring in the fixings to offer a complete Thanksgiving dinner to a deserving families at KCDC properties.

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Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation staff members Rhonda McCulley, left, Kirstie Toby, right middle, and Diana Caldwell, far right, present Western Heights resident Mayra Rivera-Herrera with a Thanksgiving basket on Nov. 24. Each year, KCDC administration donates a turkey and property staff bring in the fixings to offer a complete Thanksgiving dinner to a deserving families at KCDC properties.

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The Vista resident Charlease Moore and her son, Branton Dickey, accept a basket with a complete Thanksgiving dinner from Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation staff members Darryl Oliver, Tiara Webb and Debby Clowers on Nov. 24. Each year, KCDC administration donates a turkey and property staff bring in the fixings to offer a complete Thanksgiving dinner to a deserving families at KCDC properties.

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Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation’s Tiara Webb presents a basket with a complete Thanksgiving dinner to Ja’Myron McAfee and his mother Cassandra McAfee (not pictured) at Austin Homes on Nov. 24. Each year, KCDC administration donates a turkey and property staff bring in the fixings to offer a complete Thanksgiving dinner to a deserving families at KCDC properties.

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